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How Canadian Trade-Mark Owners Can Prepare for Major Changes Coming to the Trade-Marks Act

A little over a year from now the most substantive changes to the Canadian Trademarks Act in over half a century will begin to take effect.  Trisha Doré, a registered Trade-mark agent with Richards Buell Sutton who specializes in the preparation, filing and prosecution of trade-mark applications, recommends that Canadian trademark owners audit their portfolios…

Upcoming New TLD Launches: Fall & Winter 2017

October is here, the air is crisp, the days are shorter and there’s plenty happening with domain launches and promotions at Webnames! Coming Soon November 15th .RADIO opens for general registration .RADIO is a regulated domain, with the following categories accepted for its use: radio broadcasting stations, internet radios, radio amateurs and podcasters; radio professionals…

Deborah Rosati: Corporate Leader & Board Diversity Advocate

Today we share our conversation with Deborah Rosati, Webnames customer, accomplished corporate director, entrepreneur and co-founder of Women Get on Board, a member-based company that connects, promotes and empowers women to corporate boards. Deborah, thanks for speaking with us. Improving gender and minority diversity on boards and corporate leadership roles is finally starting to get…

Webnames.ca CEO, Cybele Negris Named as a Panelist for the Girls Raising Innovation Challenge in Vancouver

We’re pleased to announce that Webnames.ca CEO, Cybele Negris will be a panelist for the Girls Raising Innovation Challenge event on February 24th, 2015! What is the event all about?  The Innovation Challenge is a unique series of events that help female entrepreneurs get publicity, network with like-minded entrepreneurs and meet influential business leaders that can…

What is DNS?

The Domain Name System (DNS) is defined by Wikipedia as: “a hierarchical distributed naming system for computers, services, or any resource connected to the Internet or a private network. It associates various information with domain names assigned to each of the participating entities. Most prominently, it translates easily memorized domain names to the numerical IP…

Finding the right .MARKET

Market is such a flexible term. It can be used to describe the economy and general commerce, specific business sectors, the general marketplace or traditional markets. Just as the word market caters to different things, the new .MARKET gTLD extension is applicable to many different markets worldwide. A .MARKET domain for everyone For stock exchanges,…

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